As a blooming neighborhood in south Seattle, Georgetown has a dining scene that's quirky, familiar, fun and affordable. Visitors can experience a taste of combined cultures in Japanese-influenced burgers, wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, and Pacific Northwest pub food. Breakfast specialties abound with traditional Hawaiian all-day breakfasts as well as elegant crêpes. If you're in a quiet, contemplative mood, relax at a local diner offering comfort foods made from scratch and craft beers. Ready to make new friends? Try a family-style restaurant that features communal tables set with American favorites in a vintage home. Other social folks may frequent a retro diner that features spirits and games or a historic eatery where you can eat pub grub surrounded by live music, ping pong tables, pin ball and air hockey.